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eased

Said of a building component, any edge of which is slightly rounded, for example, as a stair nosing.
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Since inventory came on at generally the same pace as the number of sales eased, inventory built up.
has eased regulations on investing in North Korea in fields such as agriculture, mining, oil and infrastructure.
The European Central Bank's quarterly Bank Lending Survey showed that more eurozone banks eased credit standards on loans to firms rather than tightening them.
branches and agencies of foreign banks indicated that business lending policies eased and demand increased, on the whole.
Tokyo intervened unilaterally in the currency market and eased monetary policy on August 4.
The dollar later eased to the higher 107 yen level on selling by Japanese exporters, dealers said.
Although undoubtedly there remain pockets of weakness and problems for individual small businesses, a wide array of statistical indicators suggest that access to bank credit has eased appreciably for all businesses.
The 2-year yield topped 2.556% earlier before easing to 2.54%; the 5-year probed 2.755% before easing toe 2.74%; the 10-year rolled over from 2.865% to 2.85%; and the 30-year stalled under 2.99% then eased to 2.98%.